While we're still reeling from the shocking news that Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan has passed away at the tragically young age of 46, we take a moment to remember - and celebrate - the life and times of one of the major Irish rock stars of the modern era.
For many, The Cranberries 1993 debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? remains their defining moment - breakout single Linger remains a radio favourite to this day, one of the songs that truly defines an era.
The Cranberries went from to jangle pop contenders to full-blown rock royalty with the release of Zombie, from their second (and best-selling) album, No Need To Argue - over the course of their twenty-five year career, they sold some 40M albums worldwide.
In 2014, she spoke to Ryan Tubridy about her stint as a judge on RTÉ's The Voice, as well as The Cranberries, her family and the then-recent death of her father, Terence.
Here she is performing The Journey at RTÉ's New Year's Eve event in 2014:
Let's bring it all full circle with the song that introduced Dolores' remarkable voice to so many, a track that sounds as fresh today as it did a quarter-century ago.
Her music will live on forever.
Rest in Peace, Dolores O'Riordan. You'll be missed. pic.twitter.com/1zMF2GPRto— cat (@honeydones) January 15, 2018